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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Amte.l of Witch raft.
Kcform In Drenin Hiilch.
Advice to Athlete.
UrltMi Troop Hnfe.
tlinlera Wrong Name vdit0ri.1l.
Had To Do It-dltorlfil.
An Itnpirtant Inquiry, liy Oin in
., I'eople Going Awn.
1 UldTli:iiR4nio l.o.
1, .Itulluiury Jotting'.
; Ijcal and General Hi-iih.
llaebnll Move- Hluwlv.
Will Take No Part.
The Hinge n l'owcr.
-- w . j m 1 1 .i i
b K rX U I l XHIIIUIIb
Pledged to neither A'eel tier Party,
Hut EntablMrd for tht liniffit of Alt.
THURSDAY, MAKCII OT. 1891.
If tho object is to show the world
that tho present government cannot
afford to allow an equal liberty of
upeech with that enjoyed under the
monarchy, it probobly cannot be
effected more readily than by prose
cuting editors for political writings
of a tenor that would scarcely be
noticed as out of the ordinary in
any free country.
TIiith wni morn llinti the ''slnte
menls of a correspondent" given in j ventlou to make with the large con
this paper regarding the Hawaiian "'rvattve majority of tho Councils,
exhibit at tho Midwinter Fair. What
was said about the gross character
of the hula dancing came from the
mouths of people who have visited
tho fair. Their evidence was re
ceived after the quotations from a
private letter had been sent to the
printers, aud it was on the strength
of their evidence that our comments
were made. The letter in question
only charged the hula dancing with
In a recent civic election in a large
Kastern city, tho two candidates for
mayor were obnoxious to a large
class of citizens. So as to show
I heir strength it was recommended
by a newspaper that voters who
could not conscientiously vote for
either candidate should mark their
ballots "lMV to indicate their pro
test. This advice was akin to that
for which the Ilolomua editor has
been lined on a charge of sedition.
He simply advised electors to pro
test against tho holding of a consti
tutional convention, while the case
of the country was still pending at
Washington, by refraining from any
part in the election of delegatus.
HAD TO DO IT.
In attempting to deny the charge
that the Provisional Government is
hostile to Hawaiian ollice-holders,
tho Advortisor says, "On the con
trary, it is uotorious that its friend
liness to the Hawaiian has brought
sevoro criticism upon it from the
radical wing of tint Annexation
party." Our contemporary should
have proceeded aud related how the
Government gave way to the radical
wing by breaking friendship with
some of its most dutiful Hawaiian
servants, and violating the tacit as
surauce it had given to all members
of the civil service, with a few stuted
exceptions, that their status would
not be disturbed while the question
of the future form of government
was pending. "Notorious disloyalty"
is the pretext by which the Adver
tiser tries to justify the movement
to eject Hawaiians from office who
did not enlist in the regular or volun
teer military forces. Hero it should
have added that what is termed
their disloyalty was determined by a
new test dictated by the radical
wing. The same wing may any day
prescribe as a test of loyalty that
everybody must uucover in the
august presence of the President of
t he American League. There is in
finitely more disloyalty to tho Pro
visional Government in the dictation
of this radical wing than in the pas
sive attitude assumed by Hawaiians
in ollico. This radical wing we hear
so much of, appears to have become
very much like tho whole bird a
bird of prey at that and to have
reached this stage of development
by usurpation that would uot be
tolerated by a guverumont that de
sired to deserve the loyalty of the
great body of a people who ouly
want to be governed wisely and well
without regard to tho personnel of
UNDER A WBONO NAMK.
"Disunion" party would bo a more
correct uamo for it than "Union."
In Honolulu tho oxistonc'0 of two
factious in it, more diverse in feeliug
and interests than wore the Kcform
mid National lieform parties of IK'.H),
is acknowledged by the organs of
tho American Union party. Scarcely
anything done by and iu the uamo
of the parly is agreeable to the
morning organ as representing one
of tho fautions. its latest grievance
Is that a reporter of the evening or
gun, who has uot been iu the coun
try long enough to havo a vote, has
lieon elected a member of tho cen
tral committee elected to direct the
action of voters. Tlio solid mini of
I ho party in town mako no olTort to
conceal their disgust at the domina
tion ovor tho party connols of a
crowd of adventurers in tho Ameri
can Inue. Rival clubs are con
testing tho sovereignty of Ililo dis
j trict. Another split is reported on
I Kauai. There is reason to believe,
I further, that the old U'fortn party
I element subscriber to the platform
j unwillingly. This element under
I stands the difference botweeu condi-
tious and theories, at lcnt so far as
! the country's material interests are
1 uoucortied. If tho party is a united
; one, where is the need for so much
' machine polities as is witucwd?
'"' ,n "" r"". "'K'"1" '" "in ,
Thero is no party organized to com
bat the professed aims of the Ameri- !
can Union nartv. else there would
be reason for it to make the most
--- - --
perfect organization possible. The
internal strife of the party is for
nothing but factional advantage.
One faction that goes under tho
designation of the conservative wing
is simply afraid that the opposing
faction described as the radical wing
will gain control in the convention
aud cause the production of a con
stitution that will be a mass of
crude, impracticable aud heteroge
neous theories. L'ntler this fear the
conservative wing clings to the hope
that, without seceding from the
party and standing on it own
ground, it can work enough of its
own representatives into the con
that are to form part of the conven
lion, a working majority for the
carrying through of a cut-and-dried
constitution that, there is reason to
believe, wilt be ready to be laid be
fore the convention at its open-1
All this tim.. Hi.. m.li.mU
are taunting tho conservatives with
being a minority, mid patroniz
ingly advising them to yield to the
inevitable. To an outsider It would
appear that the conservatives are
unking a grave mistake iu hanging
on to the machine with the idea
that they can gain more power in
the convention by so doing than by
coining out boldly under their on u
true colors and contesting every dis
trict in the islands against the radi-
cals. However iimiiv or few retire-
Hcntativcs they could elect iu this
way, the men they elected would be
staiwari aim sinuucii supporters ol
their views and principles. They
would be almost certain to carr)
some of the districts. It is one
thing to have n majority in a miscel
laneous gathering iu the heart of a
town, as the radicals appear to have j
had in the mass meetings thus far i
held, but quite another thing to be
able to secuie a majority of ballots,
cast without the iulliieuceof bully
ing nud hurrahing, iu a district of
territorial inetesand bounds. While,
as already slated, the conservatives
would have truly representative men
iu the convention by gaining them
iu open contest, they cannot hope to
get aught but colorless and inverte
brate specimens of their 'chool pass
ed iu by the indulgence of the ma
chine manipulator!.. However, as
the other fellow said, "It's none of
An Important Inquiry.
Now that there seems some pros
pects of a "republic" being pro
claimed and an election being held,
it would be interesting to know the
intentions of the powers that be, as
regards the alien portion of our
community. Will they bo compelled
to forswear allegiance to their own
country and Hag, and become "Ha
waiiau citizens to entitle them to a
voice iu the affairs of the govern
mont, or will they be able as usual
to dictate to one ami seek protection
from the other, as occasion may re
quire. Oni: In Doiur.
Honolulu, March l, 18111.
ilAWAHAN OPRH A IIOLSE
SATURDAY, MARCH 31st.
Tendered by Local Talent
- nut Tin: iii;m;i ir ok -
Tbe Widow of James Kauliane
and Hermann Kaouli.
POPUIjAR PRIONS I
llox I'Iiiii lor II rvo I SmUuill
lie oiou on i'ri'l.i) iiiormiiK lit l.i'wli J
livcy's elllco. tut :it
CEYLON TEA AN1J JEWEL11Y.
f IIKO TO INJ-'IIUM TUP. I'l'III.H'
1 tllllt I llllVI) llrili III) MOID lit .No, I Hi
Niuiuuil hlrntii with IV Ion .Munilfiiftiiic'l
Juwulry nut ltd ItililfK, hniitilri', 1'i'iirU,
etc. Jiut r-i'i luil iomii' I'uri' (nj loo Tin
tiy It. AImi, (Vylon HiiiiiI-iiiiuIu l.iici'.
All Intlii'CtUili of my hloi'k In Millcllcil.
W. J. HAHltlri,
Wi-U ' il Kuakuu itr.t.
PEOPLE OOINO AWAY.
Pasanngors Bookod for Next Two
Steamers of the OcaAtiic Lhio.
Tho following are booked at tho
olllco of V. G. Irwin A; Co. to leave
for the Coast on the S. S. Australia
i on Saturday, and the S. S. Monmvni
on the following Thursday:
1'er .S. h. Aitsinlia:--.Mrs. dipt.
Smith, Mrs. A. l!-gau, A. Bruusou,
Tims. Honton, A. V. Larnaeli, V. I
Kenneth. J II. Destlerath. Mrs. L. twenty-dollar gold pieces, six ton
C. Able, child ami nurse, II. L. Van dollar gold pieces aud a few silver
Winkle, ('. J. R-dk. Frank IVase, K. pieces. There wore several old let
M. IVim-, Jr., Miss Alsip, Mis Mus-1 tors in the pouch, but tho writing
jravo, Mr. IJirton. Mrs. C. II Chris-1 was so dim that it was not legible,
tie, Dr. 11 M. iVas, Mrs. 1'o.ise. One of tho letters bears the post
Mrs. II. Vnn Winkle, Mrs. 0. L. mark of Cattaraugus, N. Y. The
Wight, Kev. F. K Hind. Mrs. Kami. ' dale U undecinhorahlo. Another
Mrs. 1. W. Logan, Mrs. It. Forties
I ..l.il.l III.. I..II.. H....I... l:Il
ni viniii, ms miii -iiokc, .iiss ii.
u- rriies, .Mrs. ,1. A. Hopper, Miss
!l,",rows, Mi-s Allies tt. .ludd, lidgar
Lewis. Win. Lwi, Mrs. IJrinekmnu,
Mrs. Church. N. L. Mnlco ui aud .
wife, Miss Horner. Mrs. Horner.
Miss Conipson. C M. Uobbv and
wife, Mrs. Werlich, child aud nurse,
Mrs. Teleston. Dr. .1. A. Cloud. Miss
Mullen, W. II. Lindsay, S. 1'. Lin- i
colli, li. Graof and wife, Mrs. W. !
lr S. S. Monowai, April ft: Mrs.
M. C. Leavilt, Horace Briggs, G.
Kunst, Mis Annie Alexander,' It. A.
F. Brewster and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J Nelson, Miss Cudahy, C. C.
Morse aud wife, Miss W. Morse, II.
1." U-I.ll.. I- 1 ...If.. I t .''...!
i. ii linn. i., nun win1, jr. iiirrini,
1. Birch Fisher. X. II. Wit lieu ami
wife, Leigh II. Irvine, Dr. II. Clo
lanil, .1. 11. Kaple. S. It. Muuiford,
Thos. Berry, II. Jerusalem, C. B.
Hiplcy. V.. C. Macfarlaue.
Suvoral Small Mnttora at Circuit
Final receipts have been tiled iu
i no uaiiKrupicy oi ivwung nee
B. It. Banning, by his coutisl
Hart well and Kinney -has given
notice of appeal from 'the late deci
sion and decree of Judge Cooper iu
the Banning estate matter. Mrs.
Banning separately gives similar no-1
tice of appeal. It is to the Supreme
Court, as the case is one that cannot
be appealed to a jury. I
.1. M. Dowsntt has filed his third
annual account ns executor of the
estate of 11. M. Stillmnn. Iteceipts '
are $102 and expenditures 50c. more '
i than that amount.
. I-Bragn vs. Portuguese Ilenevo-
i liltkl W.inii.lii hjiiiin,...! .......... I I.......
niii 7iniin(ti ii-niiiiiii.iii ttjiwrui iiiMii
l)istrtit ttrl in lt. imp futr.r.l lt
j,,,,. Whlliiiir to-dav. Perrv ami
lint I well for plaintiff; Neumann for
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
I'hiirjM' of ili Sii.ru known us
K V MAII.i:" vUili it
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
I.AIUKS' A- CIIILDIIUN'M
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Notice To Lawn Tonuis Flayers I
IT II VINO 1IK.KN I'llOI'OSKI) TO
I til" lioiinl of Mmi'toiiii-iit of tlm llono-
il I il Crlnki't Clnli tluit a Lawn TriniN 0 Ii
l. forilllil III rolijillii'tion w itli tin) II. (', (.'.,
lh" llo inj of .Miinii.'iiiiiiii will lioliliiiiii-it-iiiK
"I tie' Aiiiiiitton Aiiiii'X.oii KliiKtrii'-t,
mi tln L'ltli in).t., ut ":::o o'i'iocK r. m , for
the iiiroi- of i'onliliirliit 1I111 iriioul
iiinl w Ii Im. .ci'idl to n ri't nil Ki'llUcllifll
Inli'ii'-li'il in l,n w n TuiiiiU.
It I. Al'KIIIIAI'H,
V ill hiciutiry II ('.'.
HAWAIIAN JOOKKY 0LUJ1.
MMIT. ANNI'AI, MIIK.riNO OK 'I Hi:
1 Mi'inliorn of 111. II ii iiian Jm Ki:r
I'll n Mill Im lii'lil mi MoN'll.VY i;Vi;N'-
INU, Aii'll '.', IKII, ut ilMin'uliMik. ut tliu
I'lu-lllij Huh. I. O. UKKOIilt,
m. a. unwell, wile ami zcmuircn, , tlow tlio articles caino
I. V Leal, .1. M. ttolhchild, liobort i tree will perhaps
Lowers. Dr. Andrews and wife, J. A. I mvsterv. The log
uus, i. . .ii ii-arinin am wile.
OLD THINGS IN A LOO.
Purso, Money and a Musket Pound
After Many Years.
Mount Vernon (Wash.), March 12.
wmio Frank and Fred Jackman,
two loggors, woro sawing a large :
cedar log to-day' their Baw struck a
piece of iron. On snlittinir tho lo
opon thov found an old flii
t m '. '.' t
musket and an old buckskin pouch,
IM... t- .... . '
xiu! puucii cuiuniueu iweiny-oue
was postmarked at San Francisco
I ... .I. l -. mi i
auu was uateu io.i2. xuero wa aiso
found n piece of a newspaper print
ed in San Francisco in 1853.
The musket is of English tnaiiU'
factum, and was madn in 1844. It
is vet in a fair Rtato of preservation.
to bo in the
ever remain a
looked as if a
niece had been stilit oil at one time
and had then grown ovor, and In tho
split was found (ho things. It was
about fourteen feet from the ground.
We have just received an
other cargo of Hay and Grain
by tlHj'Iringurd," personally
selected by onr manager in
California; and as we buy
the best, a word to tho wise
is suuieient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oi'FIck: Corner Queen
and Nuuanu streets. Both
Waukiiouhk : King Htreet
near O. It. & L. Co.'m Depot.
Iioth Telephoned G3.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will hiivr lt Klrt DrnwIiiK nil
-ajp:r,i:l. i , i s4,
IT ONLY l,'OHV VOt!
810 A MONTH
To Ihi In lln w 1 : 1 1 other "Glovrlmul"
rl.lur-. Wlnit ni'Tc villi yon m fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
inl if .(j'int, Honolulu, II. I.
I l.I)Y'U(10l.l WATCH, IIKTWKKN
V. Ilotnl, Kurt unit Niiiiunii hlneU.
Kiiul'T rIII i'Ii'iim- return to the linii-e of
tlio lliiwnlluu Hotel. lilVt-St
'po I.KT ON I IK UK
X titulii Htreet lirur M II-
1 lu'iitli'iiii'ii ut No. 4 (iurituii
! m: HU-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
'PWO NK'KI.Y KUH-
1 nlnlii'tl Uooiiih on 1.1-
Him tlrtft, oppnrlto Kim-
k i til htri'et. about live lulti-
nti's' witlk from Nuimini stnt't can. A
ply at thli olllco. U.'13-tf
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VA1.UAIII.K 1MK0BS OK
I liuiiruveil 1'rupurty, locotoj
in illll-iuiit Turn, of the City of
Honolulu; ull luiri?aln. Apply
for full iiiirtieulurn to
llltlKJK .V A. J. UAKTWHIOHT.
ON THE tut OK AIMtll.,
u Cottiii;o on (jneen
Htreet. mar nurerniiiunt
lliilliliiiKi mm $1.'. In-
0. (IKUT'B 8IIOB HTOHK.
AT a vi;ky low hen
till a Film IteslilcucK
in upper Niuninu Vulluy
fiirmrrly kuiiuii im "Tlic
roriiuiiu," Appiv to
K. W. MAOKAULANK,
!S7 tf Union Kml fo.'n olllm.
X p'Tty l;uown as tlio
"I'uly I'minii-iix,'' kltuntcil
on Nimniiu Avviiiii. next.
iiilloliilni! I Im ruililviii'u of Mr. K. K. llli
,.,,,, . . ,,' ...ri.ri, ,'V,, inn i,,inv.i lull'
I tiiiiiH Six l.urK" lli'ilrooiim, l'lirlom, llilllanl
llooiu, Klirlii'ii with Hit lluni', I'untry,
fir , niiil lliitliroiiiu on i'iii'Ii tloor Tim mi
tlm hoiiHM In IlKlitml wltliflivtrlplty Tliu
ilroiniiU ii r ! law un I coutulu mum varle-
I 'I'Kn II l.t.... l..,. u.o.u A....
tlui of rilunlii itinl Krult Trrux. To u ilu.ilr-
IiiIiUi Iimi.iiiI tliu property will Im let tit u
1 rvutbliiililu rrntul. Kniinlri) ul
V. W. MAUKAItl.ANK.
OsUa FmJ Ct.'t ,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I.'il
Saturday, March 24, 1894.
We have another report
r ., . , I
irnm i ticnr1 m t-itr nnrjn i -.
" " "-"' " ""- jw.iv-o iw.r-
ed Fence that clinches Mr. i
Monsarrat's testimonial. Mr. i
Eben Low tells us that he was '
after a wild steer which seemed
determined not to have a "lass"
over his horns. In his efforts
to keep clear of the rope the
steer made a break for the
Jones fence, evidently not re- '
cognising the difference be
tween it and the old style wire ,
affair. The animal measured
the distance, made a running I
jump and landed on the wire. J
Mr. Low says the fence was
not damaged but the concus
sion was so great that the steer
was stunned. Here was an
instance where an almost wild
steer did his level best to in- j
jure the appearance and repu- j
tation of the Jones looked, and i
failed utterly. Some steers, '
when they start out to do a
thing, accomplish it, but we
would like to see the one that '
can get the best of a fence
built on the same principle as
the Jones. Mr. Monsarrat's
statement was to the effect
that he could build this fence
cheaper than any other and
that in some parts of his land
he put the posts seventy-five I
feet apart. If there is economy
in fence building it's in posts.
Calculate the difference, then,
between posts six or eight feet
apart and placing them at the
distance stated by Mr. Mon
sarrat. As to its effectiveness,
Mr. Low has had a practical
demonstration; he tells us that j
a steer, no matter how wild, i
has no show with the Jones i
We have felt ct-rtaiii ever i
since we introduced our Men- I
dry Breaking 1'low that it is
tht! best in the world. Our
opinion was based upon the
general make-up of the plow
and after having seen it work.
But it is well always to have
expressions of opinion from
people who are not directly
interested in the sale of our
wares. We give one below
from a plantation manager
who is wrll-known here and
whose ability to judge the
merits of an agricultural im
plement will not be ques
Tin: Hawaiian I Iauiuvaki: Co..
I beg herewith to add my
name to your list of testimo
nials in praise of your llendrj
During an experieio' of 10
years in the cultivation of cane
on these Islands I can truth
fully say, that yours is the onl
plow that I have seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
cels is, the shape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu
ally, but say every 200 or 300
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very t.ivorable show
ing in the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
li. Ii. Conam.
Mr Conant tells in his let
ter where time and money arc
saved b) using the Hendry
Breaker. The same may be
said of the Hendry Double
Mould Board I'low; thev are
built on the labor having prin
ciple and that means mono
Hawaiiau Hardware Ho., U't
Uppumle HprukHo' llluu,
r)7 VOliT S'YKEWW
9mm as jk
PLE OF FASHfO
Ooi'nnr Foi't So
Tho "Tomplo of Fashion" will be
closed for a fow days on account of
Corner Fort aud Hotel St:
The Drug Business heretofore earned by IIol
lisler & Co. has been incorporated under th
mnnu of the
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the lnrgctit mid most complete stock in
our lino, we are prepared to offer our ciiHtomura
the best gonris at the lowest prices.
l 1 :m: I
Sa Fort ftt.-rot,
National Cane Shredder
I'ATIiNTUI) UNDK.lt TIIK l.VWH OK TUB HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Ej .klilituL ' J Nv. &M?77'J&
S. JilSSrV,sT .iV-JB t '." J . . . . iS. E5ri,i?'AT , ti . .tr;
..Zb"i I . ,i. , . i- jiSfertXiiyir- ''l-,!rr:
rpilK IINDKItKKINKl) HAVK HKliN AITOINTKI) SOLR AGENTS FOH
llii'wi' .SiiiiKiuiKiiH anil nut iiiivv ii'itiiril lii ri'rt'lvn ririlnrc.
Tln iciit iiilvitiitiiK'i-M In l ilirivul fruni tin- tmu uf tliu National Oank
8llitKliii;it urn tliuroiiglily ctitalilif Intel unil mikiinwlrdniil hy I'liiiitcu
Tiiu luru'n iiiiiiiIht uf l'l.inti'r- ini'in Un'iii in tlm Uniicil Slatin, Culm,
Vrh'KiHiuc UuiiiImui, I'urii, Auriuili.i unit uleuwhuro, bi'ar wilui'Hi to tliu
'1'lic iu ui tlui Huiti:iiiii:i( vory laigoly luimoiiiH tliu iiiuiitlly of cnuc
llif mill can uriml (2.r) tu TiO), uImi ti i- cxtraotioit of jtm-u (ft to 12i).
It if a zt'n KitfuKiiurd, inukint; known at oncn tho pri-foiii'ii of any
pii't'i'i. of iron, hluki from I'urh, u nnythiiiK wliidi would liuliulilu to damage
1 1 if mill, and allowing uniili liini' to ri'imivu panic lioforn iliiiiiiij;inK tlio mill.
Tlm SiiiiKiiiiKU in 111y htroiiKb' madn, ami from the maiimir of its opcrn
tion il iMitrt or luniH tlit'ro pii'.-iir of wood 01 iron without ofli'ii liiuakniK tin)
.SiiUKiuiKli ; .mil if iinyihiiiK lircakp, il u pimply rmmii of tlio knivex nr cntlorn,
wlui'li ('an bu iiiiukly and m'onomically ri-placi'd. Tlio tiniiKDliEli, u itn
11111110 iiiilic.ilin, iiuiri, tlio 'n i into i-lirciln of varvhiK lnugtlih, pitrf ett ly tinoii
Um it anil ulliiwinu Un- mill in llnironglily rvc- out iho jiiicci without ro
quiiiiiK tin' iitnnuiiMi t'xtra power iioot-bi-ary to grind or criuh tho whole
cine. The Sn i(Kiin-:i pproadn the hhiodilrd ciuhi uniformly nud ovouly to
tho mill rolln, mid dooP away with tho nccccMty of Hpuuilinn tho hagiiuhu hy
hand Im iwliii Iho mill., whom rigriiiiliug i iu iimi. No groainr iiinoiiiit of
holler uiiuiciy r iiqiiireil to nieraio the .SllitKlUiKit than that wlnoh win
Millii'ieiit for the null, for tho above reiu-otii.. Wo furniMi full working
drawiugi foi tho iicitallaliou ol our MIUKIiiihiih, omihliiig any eoiniiotonl un
giiieei in niiici'Befiilly inMitll and htmt thoiu.
In oidoiiiig MiiiKiiiuiiiH fiom lib, ploiiM' hi'iul Miiall bkotoh, hiiwing I lit
iliamotor and unlth of the mill lolU with whieh Siiiiiujukii in to ho connoolod,
I aio (in- miId (utiior nglii or leii Ii nid up you fiii'c t' . .u.livory tiiliMif tlw
mill), upon ulinli the mill eugiiii' 1- located, uImi tlic height from floor lino
I to 01 utei of lioui mill mil pluifi, mid ilMtiiuco cooler thin bh.ilt to fionl end
1 of lad plate. Then) SllHKIiliKllH ale imw hi iug IImmI hj tho Ililo Sugar Po,
' and llnni .Mil), Kohala, nliuie they me giving gnat niitli..icllou.
H& I'neuh mid funhor partieul..iM may ho had hy applying to
Honolulu, H. 1.
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TTonolulxi. H. I.
G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
$olt Jgtuti fa i Uauadun iI.uhI.